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Public Sector Leadership

Gerald T. Gabris

Public Sector Leadership

Transforming Public Managers into Credible Leaders

by Gerald T. Gabris

  • 267 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by Chatham House Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economics, Finance, Business and Industry,
  • Management & management techniques,
  • Leadership,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12185868M
    ISBN 101889119830
    ISBN 109781889119830
    OCLC/WorldCa228051419

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The Jossey-Bass Reader on Nonprofit and Public Leadership. Edited by James L. Perry. This book is an incredible resource for public managers. It includes a collection of more than 30 classic articles, essays, and book chapters by leadership experts such as John Gardner ("The Task of Leadership"), Larry Spears ("Practicing Servant Leadership"), Ray Blunt ("How Leaders are Grown"), Edgar Schein.

'This edited book on leadership in the public sector will undoubtedly be well-thumbed, rather than sit on my book shelf, for both research and teaching purposes. It covers a wide expanse of theoretical and empirical ground, and remains academically rigorous and practically relevant in so doing.

Public Sector Leadership book It offers: comparison across domains of the public 5/5(3). This book presents tools, techniques, and best practices to develop public-sector leadership. Based on scholarly research as well as the authors’ professional experience as leadership trainers and consultants, it offers guidance and practical know-how for public-sector managers, civil servants and policymakers in public administration on how to create and develop leadership skills and practice.

Book Description. In Public Sector Leadership book of the approaching age of austerity for the public sector, leadership is likely to continue to become a key theme. This edited volume brings together a host of material from the public sector to analyze the issue internationally.

Published inthis book is a classic guide for leaders at all levels—from those taking on their first leadership role in the public sector to experienced government leaders.

Author Michael Watkins addresses “how success and failure are defined, measured, and rewarded or penalized” in the public sector.

It is recommended to only take this course if you have completed Leadership Skills and Traits in Public Organizations, Assessing Your Public Sector Organization, Motivating Public Sector Employees, Public Sector Leadership Strategies, and Goal Setting in Public Sector Organizations or have equivalent experience.

Book Description. Successful change in the public sector can be supported or hindered by political and administrative leadership, individual and group motivation, and the public’s perception of the effectiveness of public officials and government structures.

The public sector was in a very different place in In the UK, for example, the size of the government workforce was at its highest level since records began and health spending was at a historic high. 1 But as Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, dealt with the fallout from the global financial crisis, the opposition leader, David Cameron, warned of a coming ‘age of austerity’.

It is easy enough to find leadership advice. But what about leadership advice specific to the public sector.

Virtually all the general management and leadership books you will see on airport bookshelves or articles in newspapers and magazines are based on private sector case studies and written primarily for a private sector audience.

needs & while it’s targeted to political appointees, I found the ideas useful for any public. sector leader. Bonus – I’m also a huge fan of Social Media Public Sector Playbook, Wikinomics, Open Government. In general, we need more books that focus on public sector.

A truly international examination of public sector leadership, this book explores the ways leaders of developed nations are addressing current challenges.

The overriding question explored by the authors is how public leadership across the globe addresses. 'The question of leadership in the public sector has never been addressed in a publication with such clear methodological, bibliographic references. This book is a resource for academics and professionals, helping them to go beyond the generalities failing to seriously address this fundamental issue in our public organizations.'5/5(2).

The Public Sector is introduced within a three-part framework: public resource allocation, redistribution and regulation. Jan-Erik Lane explains the basic concepts of each of these broad areas, and goes on to examine their consequences for various approaches to the making and implementation of public policy.

federal civilian leadership, we feel that these experi-ences might also be familiar to state and local govern-ment leaders. This data provides rich insights into the similarities, differences, and critical nuances of public vs. private sector leadership. And indeed, the story is one of nu-ance.

As this paper highlights, leaders from both sectors. Intended as a text for master's level students in public administration and public policy, this volume provides an introductory survey of the field that focuses on the structures of operation, management, and environments of modern governments.

The contributors address federal, state, and local governments as well as intergovernmental relations, discussing such topics as fiscal management.

Generally, public sector leadership has been described as “more specific than general leadership and more expansive than political leadership” (Raffel,p.4). There have been attempts to classify the types of leaders and followers in public sector organisations within a certain framework.

Today’s public sector leaders are being asked to function with fewer resources and continually find new ways to tackle challenges. Leadership in the public sector is especially important; it not only influences the job performance and satisfaction of employees, but also how government and public agencies perform.

Leadership is critical to good public governance, including good planning. This book presents tools, techniques, and best practices to develop public-sector leadership.

Based on scholarly research as well as the authors’ professional experience as leadership trainers and consultants, it offers guidance and practical know-how for public-sector managers, civil servants and policymakers in public administration on how.

In an era of globalization, decentralization, and knowledge-based economies, governments are having to reshape public sector leadership to cope with new challenges.

A truly international examination of public sector leadership, this book explores the ways leaders of developed nations are addressing current challenges. The overriding question explored by the authors is how public leadership across the globe addresses new challenges (such as security, financial, demographic), new expectations of leaders, and.

• "In many ways the book is being replaced by film, TV or the DVD in inspiring those in central government and public services, especially since so much of public sector .PUBLIC SECTOR LEADERSHIP FOR THE 21ST CENTURY: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Leadership development is neither new nor unique to the public sector.

Why then has it become a hot issue? In general, OECD Member countries are finding that there is a gap between how their public sectors are, and how the interests of the nation need them to be now or in the future.Explore current leadership challenges in the public sector; Improve self-awareness of personal preferences; Consider the balance between intelligence and people skills – IQ and EQ; Build awareness of essential self-management skills and understand the importance of resilience and self-care.